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John Dies at the End is Now on VOD, Watch the Anti-Piracy Trailer

December 28, 2012


We now live in a time when "anti-piracy" ads are the norm. That's kind of sad. Still, it allows some promo campaigns for movies to get creative. Take John Dies at the End, for example. The Don Coscarelli-directed film is now available on VOD and Magnet Releasing has released a new "anti-piracy trailer."

A note accompanied the piece: "Before pirating JOHN DIES AT THE END be sure to watch the video below as stealing the film could result in severe health issues. Those with an erection lasting over 4 hours after viewing JOHN DIES AT THE END please consult a physician. Support independent films. Support something different…all without leaving your home, heck your bed. It's so simple even a meat monster could do it."

Enjoy and also be sure to check out ShockTillYouDrop.com's interview with Coscarelli by clicking here!


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